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Author Archives: Betty Ringeisen

Betty Ringeisen
Betty is the Editor in Chief of The Kingdom Life Now. Believing that every woman has a destiny carved out for them, she loves to encourage and equip others to meet their highest potential. Betty's passion is to see people healed and set free to become all that they were created to be. She is married to Donny and is mother to four children.

Stepping Into The True Self

I’m standing before my old high school. It’s been ten years since I touched the door. But to heal the old pain we must face it again So I’ll walk down that hallway once more. I have come to this ...

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Dream On

The other night, one of my mentors took me on a tour of an old building he plans to renovate. As we walked through the dilapidated building, he told me of his plans to rebuild. He spoke with great joy ...

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Waiting for Jedidiah

The early morning light piercing through the curtain flooded into the room and woke me from my drug-induced sleep. I glanced around the room, momentarily confused by my surroundings. The memory of the previous day spilled into my mind. Desperate ...

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Breaking Down Cultural Prejudice

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to visit Israel and Palestine. Today most Westerners avoid adding many of the historical sites located in Palestine to their Holy Land Itinerary because they fear the violence there. But the group ...

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Behind The Velvet Curtain

I was raised in the Catholic Church. In the Catholic tradition, I made my first confession when I was in first grade. I spent hours rehearsing for this momentous occasion. Even at the age of six, I knew it was ...

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Inspired By Nancy Drew

When I was young, I loved Nancy Drew books. I consumed them faster than a canister of Pringles potato chips. The plots were suspenseful and Nancy was an inspiration. I dreamed of being just like her. She was an assertive ...

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How You Became You

"Join us on a journey through the story of how you became, well, YOU!" (ancestry.com) Ancestry.com seems like the perfect way to discover your genealogy. Their website provides access to hundreds, if not thousands, of records that offer you a ...

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Becoming Me

What was your name, little girl? What’s your name? Lynyrd Skynrd I was named after my maternal grandmother, Betty Malady. ‘Betty’ was the perfect name for a sweet, elderly woman, who always smelled like donuts and strawberry shortcake. But for ...

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An Acrobat With A Destiny

I walked into my eleventh grade English class and took my assigned seat. Mr. Perrault sat silently at his desk. The whole school was aware of what had happened to his family. Today was his first day back since the ...

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Named by The Gardener

On a recent visit to a small town in North Carolina, I went for my usual morning run. My run took me through the historical part of town: cobblestone sidewalks, trees that are at least 200 hundred years old, and ...

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Kingdom of God

"At that time Jesus came from Nazareth in Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan.Just as Jesus was coming up out of the water, he saw heaven being torn open and the Spirit descending on him like a ...

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